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Music Review: Jon Bellion’s Album “Glory Sound Prep”

Bailey Sessions The Paw Print Jon Bellion’s new album Glory Sound Prep was released on November ninth of this year. His previous album, The Human Condition is best known for the song “All Time Low.” Although Apple Music describes his music as pop, that doesn’t seem particularly fitting. His style is a mixture of electronic […]

A Whirlwind View of a Curator’s World

I arranged a visit with Carmela Quinto, Curator of Collections at the Millicent Rogers Museum (MRM) in Taos, NM, and met with her on Thursday September 27, 2018. After brief introductions, we started right in on the many topics on which I had requested information, because there was so much to see and learn. As Carmela showed, demonstrated, and explained, […]

Documentary- Game On: Women Can Coach

While there has been an explosion of women participating in athletics since Title IX, only about 40% of them are coached by women. Game On: Women Can Coach explores the supporting research, dispels false narratives and celebrates female coaching pioneers. Produced with the University of Minnesota’s Tucker Center. Click the link below to watch.

Oracle PSU Updates Complete: Banner PROD Available 11/10/18 @ 7:00 am

Banner PROD DB Available – Saturday 11/10/18 @ 7:00 am The Oracle PSU Updates are complete in the Banner PROD environment. The Banner ADMIN Applications and Web-Services are now available for use. Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these mandatory maintenance activities. As always, if you have any questions, […]

Percussion Extravaganza: Nov. 12

Percussion Extravaganza: Affinity By Jeslyn Dees On Monday, November 12th, the Adams State Percussion Ensemble will put on their bi-annual Percussion Extravaganza in Richardson Hall Auditorium at 7pm. Each semester, the percussion students at Adams State work intensely to prepare a show to represent the music department and to demonstrate the musical skills that the […]

Banner Oracle PSU Updates: PROD Unavailable – Fri 9 pm to Sat 9 am

Banner Oracle PSU Updates: PROD DB Unavailable – Friday 9 pm to Saturday 9 am The Banner PROD environment will be unavailable from Friday 9 pm to Saturday from 9 am, while the Oracle PSU Database Updates are deployed to the Banner PROD system. The Banner PROD ADMIN and Web-Services will be unavailable during these updates. The Web-Services for […]

Visiting the Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, NM

  In mid-September, I found several museums with collections similar to those held by the Luther Bean Museum and arranged to meet with Carmela Quinto, Curator at the Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, NM. On Thursday, September 27, 2018, I set out for Taos. It was a fine day for traveling, sunny and not too hot. […]

Where Do I Go From Here? A Self Reflection

“Without self-reflection, you live reactively to the environment around you and not proactively from within for the best desired outcome. When you fail to self-reflect, it can cause you to be unsure of why you are doing what you do” The Strategic Guide to Shaping Your Student Affairs Career by Sonja Ardoin has been an […]

Shaping MY Student Affairs Career

Reflecting on The Strategic Guide to Shaping Your Student Affairs Career, it made me think about my journey so far into Student Affairs. Why I became interested in the field of Student Affairs, How my networking skills are okay but still developing and where I see myself in the future.  For me, before taking this […]

Lifelong Learning

Sonja Ardoin’s The Strategic Guide to Shaping Your Student Affairs Career Chapter four is all about lifelong learning, which one of the contributors, Mat, describes as “capitalizing on opportunities and responding to the unexpected, even when it is extremely harsh, to create something positive.” I reflect on this section of the book, specifically Mat’s anecdote, […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet